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One parent described St George’s Junior as ‘a well-rounded education that’s hard to get elsewhere,’ and only real fly in the ointment has been fabric of the building, definitely more shabby than chic. School’s sense of tradition is inescapable but not over-weighty and inextricably bound up with religious dimension, centred on imposing chapel with a weekly mass conducted by Josephite priest. In a nod to the sensibilities of the softer 21st century child, though, there’s an element of sugar coating, with…

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St George's Junior School pupils enjoy developing the outlook and skills necessary to become independent and life-long learners in a safe, secure, challenging and stimulating environment.

Within the distinctive ethos of the School, the differentiated teaching offered to pupils is carefully planned and tailored to meet the needs of each individual. This enables the process of learning to be open, enjoyable and fulfilling while ensuring progress and continuity across academic, sporting and extra-curricular activities. ...Read more

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Headmaster

Since 2003, Mr Antony Hudson MA PGCE NPQH (50s). Previously deputy head at Prior’s Field. Before that, worked at assorted independents, all secondary and in Surrey or close, bar a three-year stint as housemaster and sixth form head in deepest Derbyshire to get taste for rural lifestyle out of system.

The first layman in the post, head is understandably relieved to have joined after the dust had settled and blood-letting had been accomplished (teachers had to reapply for jobs – all very traumatic). ‘A lovely man,’ one mother told us. Doesn’t dissemble – you’ll get the truth from him, even if it hurts, say parents, and, fittingly, his office alone would win awards for transparency, with doors or windows on three sides. Two doors ajar is the ‘surgery is open’ sign...

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